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Newark Daily Advocate
Ohio, U.S.A.

24 July 1889

THAT IS THE QUESTION
London's Police Cannot say Where the Ripper Spent His Sunday

London, July 24.
How Jack the Ripper disposed of his Sunday the police are ignorant. They are as much in the dark as ever, Whitechapel was crowded yesterday with visitors, who bothered the "bobbies" with questions about the various murders. The police directed all inquirers to Scotland yard, where no information was obtainable, for obvious reasons.